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Try Googling (sanyo)(RCS-2HS4E)(manual) without parens.

Sanyo Split... | Answered 20 hours ago

indicates a blockage in the suction line , evaporator , tx valve

Sanyo Heating &... | Answered on Feb 04, 2018

Never look at color of wire they could be anything. Always check voltage. Does outdoor contactor have 240 at one side or other of contactor? If so then its either bad t stat loose wire or lost charge and like a pressure switch is doing its job. Also transformer fuse on board etc..

Sanyo Split... | Answered on Jan 29, 2018

the thermostat switching off the unit as it has reached the set temperature
could also be a timer setting activated
read the user manual carefully

Sanyo Split... | Answered on Nov 06, 2017

check the unit drain tube, missing or not connected correctly

Sanyo Heating &... | Answered on Sep 10, 2017

Recheck the wiring. Pay special attention to the wiring splices with those triangular doo dads on them.. that is where my issue was! Wires was just eaten away by the elements.

Sanyo Heating &... | Answered on Sep 09, 2017

Test remote with AM radio turned up full blast at 600 on AM dial. Any button you press should beep the radio. If not the remote is fubar.

Sanyo Heating &... | Answered on Sep 01, 2017

We recommend you get it serviced regularly by an air conditioning company.

You need to spray anti bacterial spray and change the filters to service your air con.

Sanyo Heating &... | Answered on Jul 20, 2017

Before connecting you should check the amperage of each ac then make total amps may the disconnect can not support

Sanyo Heating &... | Answered on Jan 02, 2017

some units my have the power save key or a button with a plug icon on it this will make it sort of "sleep" while it waits for the temp to get past a temp point before it turns its self on or off (sleep)

Sanyo Heating &... | Answered on Dec 05, 2016

That happened to us. It was a broken pump, pump was up in attic. attached to our inside air-con unit. We had it fitted on an inside wall of the house, and so a pump must be installed to take away the condensed water to the outside of the house. Hindsight being 20/20 I would never buy one that needed a pump to get the condensed water out of the house. We would have put it an outside wall where the water goes straight outside, no pump needed. Our First pump lasted just over 2 years so warranty was expired. Cost us over NZ$500 to have new pump installed. Never again. Only attach your unit to an outside wall, even it looks prettier on the wall where it would need a pump. Bottom line:- Don't touch a pump. Pump was cheap but labor cost for serviceman astronomical! Bet of luck.

Sanyo Split... | Answered on Nov 09, 2016

"Programming" is in the remote.

Sanyo... | Answered on Aug 02, 2016

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